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PC Mall Inc. (MALL: Quote) announced it has named Mark McGrath President, a position previously held by the Company's Chairman and CEO, Frank Khulusi. McGrath was previously with Arrow Electronics, where he was the President of the company's Arrow S3 subsidiary. Previously McGrath was the President of Insight Enterprises' North American and Asia Pacific businesses. Prior to joining Insight, McGrath worked for the IBM Corporation for 18 years, in various sales and general management roles.

Mark will be joining the Company, working out of its new corporate headquarters in El Segundo, California effective March 5, 2012.

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